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Malcolm Lowry 1909-1957

Judith O. Combs

Malcolm Lowry 1909-1957

an inventory to the Malcolm Lowry manuscript collections in the Library of the Universityof British Columbia, Special Collections Division

by Judith O. Combs

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Written in English

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  • Lowry, Malcolm, -- 1909-1957.

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    Statementprepared by Judith O. Combs ; revised by Cynthia Sugars.
    ContributionsSugars, Cynthia., University of British Columbia. Library. Special Collections Division.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination84p.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13937828M

    Malcolm Lowry (–) was born in England, and he attended Cambridge University. He spent much of his life traveling and lived in Paris, New York, Mexico, Los Angeles, Canada, and Italy, among other places. He is the author of numerous works, including Ultramarine and Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place.5/5(2). At English novelist Malcolm Lowry () composed hymns of hatred against his unloving mother and rebelled against his humorless, authoritarian father, a wealthy Liverpool cotton broker.

    Malcolm Lowry () is best known for his one and only masterpiece, an autobiographical novel entitled Under the Volcano. It weaves together themes of alienation, love, political idealism, and myth. An uncontrolled alcoholic, Lowry's life was marked by self-destruction and desolation. Lowry was born on J , in New Brighton, near. The Malcolm Lowry Collection consists of a manuscript for Under the Volcano and related correspondence, It is divided into two series: I. Works, circa and II. Correspondence, This collection was previously accessible through a card catalog but has been recataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

    malcolm lowry an inventory to the malcolm lowry manuscript collections in the library of the university of british columiba special collections division prepared by: judith o. combs, revised by: cynthia sugars, Free 2-day shipping. Buy Scholarly Edition S: Malcolm Lowry's La Mordida: A Scholarly Edition (Hardcover) at


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Malcolm Lowry () was a British novelist and poet whose masterpiece Under the Volcano is widely hailed as one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century. Born near Liverpool, England, Lowry grew up in a prominent, wealthy family and chafed under the expectations placed upon him by parents and boarding school.

Lowry, Malcolm Although Malcolm Lowry () published only two novels - Ultramarine and Under the Volcano - in his lifetime, numerous other works, most of which have since been edited for publication, were in various stages of composition at his death.

culminating in the protagonist's symbolic rebirth at the book's end. Under the Volcano is the most remarkable book I have ever read, not the best, just the most remarkable.

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Lowry, Malcolm, Publication date Topics Young men Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on Janu SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages:   Malcolm Lowry () was born and died in England. Between school and studying English at St Catherine's College, Cambridge he spent five months at sea as a deckhand, an experience which gave him the material for his first novel, Ultramarine ()/5(28).

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Less than a year later they were married in Paris. Lowry, Malcolm, Malcolm Lowry. Malcolm Lowry (), the English expatriate and alcoholic, is the author of Under the Volcano, set during one day in Mexico and written over the course of 10 years in circumstances of. Selected letters of Malcolm Lowry / edited by Harvey Breit & Margerie Bonner Lowry Lowry, Malcolm, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 19 libraries.

This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 98,) Malcolm Lowry: a. Under the Volcano is a novel by English writer Malcolm Lowry (–) published in The novel tells the story of Geoffrey Firmin, an alcoholic British consul in the small Mexican town of Quauhnahuac, on the Day of the Dead, 2 November The book takes its name from the two volcanoes that overshadow Quauhnahuac and the characters, Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.

Malcolm Lowry I first read this one in college, at the urging of Joe Doggett and Guy Bolton, and I still can't decide, some twenty years later, whether I like it or not.

Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano The Malcolm Lowry Homepage -INTERVIEW: To review a book and give away its ending in the first paragraph is a terrible 3/5. Malcolm Lowry () was born and died in England.

Between school and studying English at St Catherine's College, Cambridge he spent five months at sea as a deckhand, an experience which gave him the material for his first novel, "Ultramarine" ().

(Clarence) Malcolm Lowry () English novelist, short story writer, and poet, who is best known for his book Under the Volcano (), a 20th century classic. Like many of Lowry's publications, the novel is highly autobiographical.

Although Malcolm Lowry () published only two novels-Ultramarine and Under the Volcano-in his lifetime, numerous other works, most of which have since been edited for publication, were in various stages of composition at his Mordida, the longest and most significant of the manuscripts that have not been previously published, is a draft of a novel based on Lowry's visit to.

The poetry of Malcolm Lowry (), whose novel Under the Volcano () has received much attention, is now being edited and prepared for publication by Earle Birney, the Canadian poet and novelist, and Mrs.

Margerie Lowry, Malcolm Lowry's widow. Smith’s Book of Canadian Poetry. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Lowry, Malcolm,author. | Birney, Earle, –, editor. Title: Selected poems of Malcolm Lowry / Malcolm Lowry ; edited by Earle Alfred Birney with the assistance of Margerie Lowry ; preface by Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

One of the twentieth century's great undisputed masterpieces, Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano includes an introduction by Michael Schmidt in Penguin Modern Classics. It is the fiesta 'Day of the Dead' in the small Mexican town of Quauhnahuac.

In the shadow of the volcano, ragged children beg coins to buy skulls made of chocolate, ugly pariah 2/5(1).Full Description: "Although Malcolm Lowry () published only two novels--Ultramarine and Under the Volcano--in his lifetime, numerous other works, most of which have since been edited for publication, were in various stages of composition at his death.

La Mordida, the longest and most significant of the manuscripts that have not been previously published, is a draft of a novel based.Clarence Malcolm Lowry (28 July - 26 June ) was an English poet and novelist. He is best known for his novel Under the Volcano (which was voted#11 in the Modern Library Best Novels list).Literary movement: Modernism.